Bright. Dedicated. Principled.

Susan Shoemaker, Chief Compliance Officer and Investment Advisor, manages business the way she manages life—by focusing on the best interests of those individuals who place their trust in her.  In doing so, she’s able to deliver for her clients on a number of levels.

She’s more than just an investment advisor.

Susan is a financial advocate for clients.  She oversees her client’s portfolios with concern and respect, sharing resources and understanding to help clients navigate any questions or issues that may arise.  She is available to assist in opening the lines of communication between client’s lawyers, accountants and advisors so the client enjoys a unified approach to their financial well-being.  Susan’s ability to anchor her clients to success is a result of her experience in the industry.

Susan’s career began in New York City with Salomon Brothers, Inc. where she worked as an institutional salesperson of structured fixed income products.  While working on Wall Street, she earned her Juris Doctorate at New York Law School evening division.

She relocated to Northeastern Pennsylvania after her marriage and joined Fleet Securities and PNC Bank before becoming Vice President at BNY Mellon Wealth Management.  She managed a significant client portfolio, an administrative team at BNY Mellon, while maintaining an outstanding client retention rate.

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Susan received a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration, with a concentration in finance, from Villanova University.  She is a graduate of Leadership Wilkes-Barre class of 1997 and was nominated Chair of the Board of Directors in 2009.  She gained membership in Circle 200, a forum for senior executive women in Northeastern Pennsylvania that same year.

She currently serves on the Boards of Northeast Regional Cancer Institute, as Secretary of the Luzerne County Historical Society and the Finance Committee of her church.

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